I have been to New Hampshire, Vermont, back to New Hampshire again, and now I am back in Maine. It’s been a lot of driving, but well worth it.
While in Vermont, I spent the night at a very nice B & B and then attended my daughter’s wedding. It was wonderful to see family, get a new family, and make new friends. The wedding was so much fun. Children were welcomed with gift bags and lots of games. It was like a big family party. Two small children, one was two months old, the other just under two years old were attendants. There was also two little girls who were not flower girls, they were fairy princesses. They had flower crowns and wands. Also there were two little boy ring bearers. The children were so well behaved and cute. They knew exactly what to do. The bride and grooms grown children and their spouses or partners were all attendants also.
The wedding was held outside. There were a few chairs for those who needed them. When the guests came through the gate there was a sign telling them to choose a quilt and pick a spot. They sat picnic style as families on the quilts. If you notice, there are a few Miss Rosie quilts on the fence and in the trunk.
While I was in New Hampshire, I took pictures of several wall hangings. I’m not sure if I have shown them before. The Mariners Compass quilt was made several years ago. It was not paper pieced. I know that I didn’t know that technique at that time. I noticed that I used some of the lightning fabric from “A Wild and Crazy Night With Suzanne. I must have had some left over. This was made about the time that I decided to buy extra fabric and create a stash.
Have a great day and happy quilting.